A petite parquetry and tulipwood Louis XV style writing table, early 20th century, with a shaped top with a reserved diamond lattice design dotted with flowers, a similarly decorated undertier, having a red leather slide, small drawer and raised on cabriol
A 19th century French fruitwood country writing table, the plain three plank top with pegged and clenched ends, two frieze drawers with gilt brass handles, and supported on four tapering square section legs. 133.5 cm x 73 cm x 77 cm
A Victorian mahogany writing table, 19th century, the top with a brown leather tooled writing surface, bullnose edging and apron, raised on turned baluster legs with toupie feet. Height 76 cm. Width 152 cm. Depth 91 cm
A fine quality Regency period rosewood writing table with sewing well, the top with a band of cut brass inlay and 'rise and fall' padded back, the single drawer fitted with a green baize writing slide - standing on four elegant turned legs with ori
An art deco leather inset thuya wood writing table, by Süe et Mare, French, circa 1920, 75 cm high, 107 cm wide, 68 cm deep. Note: for a similar example see F. Camard, Süe et Mare et la Compagnie des Arts Français, Paris, 1993, illus. p.279, fig.238. Prove
Victorian marquetry sewing and writing table the top centrally decorated with an urn issuing foliate scrolls and opening to leather inset writing board and arrangement of compartments. Height 71 cm, width 61 cm, depth 40 cm
A superb William IV mahogany writing table, with an inset leather top, the frieze with drawers at front and reverse and flared end-supports, each on a plinth, terminating in bun feet. 72 cm high, 136 cm wide, 90 cm deep
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